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autoreconf - Update generated configuration files
autoreconf [OPTION] ... [TEMPLATE-FILE]
Run `autoconf' (and `autoheader', `aclocal' and `automake', where appropriate) repeatedly to remake the Autoconf `configure' scripts and configuration header templates in the directory tree rooted at the current directory. By default, it only remakes those files that are older than their predecessors. If you install a new version of Autoconf, running `autoreconf' remakes all of the files by giving it the `--force' option. Operation modes: -h, --help print this help, then exit -V, --version print version number, then exit -v, --verbose verbosely report processing -d, --debug don't remove temporary files -f, --force consider every files are obsolete -i, --install copy missing auxiliary files -s, --symlink instead of copying, install symbolic links The option `--install' is similar to the option `--add-missing' in other tools. Library directories: -A, --autoconf-dir=ACDIR Autoconf's macro files location (rarely needed) -l, --localdir=DIR location of `aclocal.m4' and `acconfig.h' -M, --m4dir=M4DIR this package's Autoconf extensions Unless specified, heuristics try to compute `M4DIR' from the `Makefile.am', or defaults to `m4' if it exists. The following options are passed to `automake': --cygnus assume program is part of Cygnus-style tree --foreign set strictness to foreign --gnits set strictness to gnits --gnu set strictness to gnu --include-deps include generated dependencies in Makefile.in The environment variables AUTOCONF, AUTOHEADER, AUTOMAKE, and ACLOCAL are honored.
Written by David J. MacKenzie.
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autoconf(1), automake(1), autoreconf(1), autoupdate(1), autoheader(1), autoscan(1), config.guess(1), config.sub(1), ifnames(1), libtool(1). The full documentation for autoreconf is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and autoreconf programs are properly installed at your site, the command info autoreconf should give you access to the complete manual.